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Week commencing 1st June

Maths Activity 1

Please do at least 10 minutes practice on Times Tables Rock stars. Please click the link below.

5 A Day! Use a 12 x 12 times table grid if you need to!

 

  1. 458 + 389 + 289 =              
  2. 8927 - 6844 =
  3. 5925 ÷ 5 =                              
  4. 893 x 6 =
  5. Write the following in 24 hour clock: a) 4:19pm, b) 7:29pm, c) 8:45am

Today, we are going to continue our work on symmetry. If you don’t have a small mirror that you can use, please get one from the school office.

Please work your way through the following PowerPoint slides to learn about how to complete a symmetrical picture.         

Please click on the slideshow to stop it and then you can click on the next page when you are ready.

After you have understood the PowerPoint, have a go at Activity 1a and b.

The Activity 1 pdf is below should you wish to print it.

Maths Activity 2

Please do at least 10 minutes practice on Times Tables Rock stars. Click the link below.

5 A Day! Use a 12 x 12 times table grid if you need to!

 

  1. 7812 + 321 + 9 + 89 =              
  2. 7000 - 6749 =
  3. 3580 ÷ 4 =                              
  4. 345 x 7 =
  5. Write the following as digital times: a) 10 minutes past 6, b) twenty-five to 10

Please re-watch the PowerPoint from yesterday if you would like to recap ‘completing symmetrical shapes’. Then have a go at Activity 2a and b. You might also like to have a go at the Activity 2 challenge.

Activity 2 Challenge

Maths Activity 3

Please do at least 10 minutes practice on Times Tables Rock stars. Please click on the link below.

5 A Day! Use a 12 x 12 times table grid if you need to!

 

  1. 17 + 5689 + 61 + 751 =              
  2. 9000 - 6785 =
  3. 2934 ÷ 6 =                              
  4. 782 x 7 =
  5. Write the following as analogue times: a) 6:55, b) 3:35, c) 8:23

Please look at the following slides to learn a little bit more about tessellation and the artist M.C. Escher!

Please click on the slideshow to stop it and then you can click on the next page when you are ready.

Now, have a go at Activity 3 – questions 1, 2 and 3.

The Activity 3 pdf is below should you wish to print it.

Maths Activity 4

Please do at least 10 minutes practice on Times Tables Rock stars. Please click the link below.

5 A Day! Use a 12 x 12 times table grid if you need to!

 

  1. 842 + 45 + 29 + 389  =              
  2. 9810 - 4444  =
  3. 1371 ÷ 3  =                              
  4. 678 x 4 =
  5. What is the area of a square with sides of 8cm? Don’t forget your units!

Please have another look at the PowerPoint and help sheets from yesterday to remind yourself about the rules of tessellation.

 

                          

After that, watch the following video to show how you put a tessellation together. You will be making your own tessellation designs in Activity 5 tomorrow.

How to Make Tessellations

Children should be supervised whilst watching YouTube.

Now, have a go at Activity 4a and b.

TOP TIP: In 4b, you could make stencils of the shape that you are tessellating – this will make it much easier. You could trace them and then cut them out.

 

Maths Activity 5

Please do at least 10 minutes practice on Times Tables Rock stars. Please click the link below.

5 A Day! Use a 12 x 12 times table grid if you need to!

 

  1. 38 + 938 + 17 + 1993  =              
  2. 8974 - 6666  =
  3. 2155 ÷ 5 =                              
  4. 2643 x 9 =
  5. What is the perimeter of a rectangle which has sides of 6cm and 12cm?

Today is our last day looking at tessellation and we would like you to have a go at making your own tessellation art.

 

You could re-watch the video from yesterday and also watch the video below for ideas. Please click on the link.

Drawing a Bird Tessellation

Children need to be supervised whilst watching YouTube.

After you have watched the video, have a go at Activity 5a and b. We look forward to seeing your fabulous tessellation art work.

The Activity 5 pdf is below should you wish to print it.

The answers for all 5 activities are in a pdf below.